Song of the year 2023 Grammy

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Bonnie Raitt ; Just like That.

https://youtu.be/Skd0XR3twCA
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  • rebelsoul
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    Haven't seen one for about ten years. When it started having no rock in the rock n roll section
  • muncybob
    muncybob Posts: 2,979
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    true, and has been for awhile now. But, it is good to see a singer-songwriter beat others than only know how to make pop$$ music.
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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 33,153
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    I heard on the news this morning that Bonnie Raitt herself was stunned at the announcement.
  • maxward
    maxward Posts: 1,533
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    Yes. Genuinely stunned. It was the highlight of the show, for me, anyway. And she earned bonus points for referencing John Prine in her remarks.
  • Tony M
    Tony M Posts: 11,035
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    maxward wrote: »
    Yes. Genuinely stunned. It was the highlight of the show, for me, anyway. And she earned bonus points for referencing John Prine in her remarks.

    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • Viking64
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    Let's not forget that The Starland Vocal Band won Best New Artist in 1976 because of their hit "Skyrockets In Flight" that everyone thought was about the Bi-centennial. :#

    Or that in 1989, Jethro Tull beat out Metallica for the first ever Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Recording Grammy. :p
  • bcwsrt
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    I guess to make matters worse, that song was actually titled "Afternoon Delight." Lol
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  • Emlyn
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    Viking64 wrote: »
    Or that in 1989, Jethro Tull beat out Metallica for the first ever Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Recording Grammy. :p

    I'm still shaking my head at that one. May have been the last Grammy show I watched. And I'm a Jethro Tull fan.

  • daddyjt
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    edited February 2023
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    If any of you have been following the developments surrounding “Chat GPT”, I recently listened to a podcast where it was speculated that within 9-12 months Chat GPT will be able to write, produce and record a top 40 song. Given the utter lack of creativity in 90% of what passes for music currently, I have little doubt that AI will be able to produce something at least (if not better) than what gets churned out now…
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  • Keiko
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    The satanic grammy's 2023. Pass!
  • nooshinjohn
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    Viking64 wrote: »
    Let's not forget that The Starland Vocal Band won Best New Artist in 1976 because of their hit "Skyrockets In Flight" that everyone thought was about the Bi-centennial. :#

    Or that in 1989, Jethro Tull beat out Metallica for the first ever Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Recording Grammy. :p

    The song was called "Afternoon Delight", and I had the distinct privilege of hearing them perform it live when they opened for John Denver. It was the first concert I ever went to.
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  • audioluvr
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    and I had the distinct privilege of hearing them perform it live when they opened for John Denver. It was the first concert I ever went to.

    That's cool... :D no seriously!
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  • CarolWalker
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    Nice song thanks for sharing.